#36 Does an absolute void exist in any part of space ?
“No there is no void. What appears like a void to you is occupied by matter in a state in which it escapes the action of your senses and of your instruments.”
There is then always atoms in the outer space. What we call black matter is not void; scientist actually worked and still work a lot on this dark matter and we now know that it is about 27% of the observable universe. We know it is matter, but we cannot clearly “see” it even with the newest material.
“which it escapes the action of your senses and of your instruments”, Spirits here are then more than right. It will take time. But it is sure that there is no void, and we hear from time to time: Nature does not like void.